Juhi Chawla’s 5G lawsuit was dismissed by the Delhi High Court, stated the case was filed for publicity purposes, Slaps Rs. 20 Lakh Fine

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Juhi Chawla’s 5G lawsuit was dismissed by the Delhi High Court, stated the case was filed for publicity purposes, Slaps Rs. 20 Lakh Fine

Juhi Chawla's 5G lawsuit was dismissed by the Delhi High Court, stated the case was filed for publicity purposes, Slaps Rs. 20 Lakh Fine
Juhi Chawla’s 5G lawsuit was dismissed by the Delhi High Court, stated the case was filed for publicity purposes, Slaps Rs. 20 Lakh Fine

The Delhi High Court has dismissed actor Juhi Chawla’s lawsuit against India’s adoption of 5G technology. According to the court’s judgment, “it appears that the suit was filed for publicity,” and punishment of Rs. 20 lakh has been issued.

The plaintiffs (Juhi Chawla and the other two petitioners) abused the legal process, according to Justice JR Midha, who levied costs of Rs. 20 lakh on them.

In its ruling, the Court stated: “The complaint appears to have been launched solely for the purpose of gaining notoriety. Plaintiff Juhi Chawla posted a link to the hearing on social media three times, causing the interruption. The Delhi Police will identify the individuals responsible for the interruptions and take appropriate action against them.”

On Wednesday, the Court deferred its decision in the case.

During the hearing on Wednesday, we asked Advocate Deepak Khosla, who represented plaintiff Chalwa in the case, a number of questions. Before appearing to the Court, it was asked if the plaintiff had approached the government through any representation. The Court had also asked Khosla where he got the idea to come before the Court in the first place. The Court advised that if they (the government) make a decision against you, you can come.

On May 31, the actor, who has been involved in raising awareness about the dangers of radiofrequency radiation (RF), filed a lawsuit in India opposing the introduction of 5G mobile technology. She asserted that 5G technology exposes people and animals to 10 to 100 times more RF radiation than is now available.

According to the petition, the plaintiffs wanted the “arrayed defendants” to certify that 5G technology is safe for people and all other living organisms, as well as produce their RF radiation research to back up their claims. The representative went on to say that, if it hasn’t already been done, effective research should be done without the involvement of private interests.

 

 


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